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Brexit red tape: UK ports demand government help for fish exporters

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Brexit red tape: UK ports demand government help for fish exporters

Brexit red tape: UK ports demand government help for fish exporters

Boris Johnson has promised a compensation fund for seafood exporters hit by post-Brexit bureaucracy, but describes their difficulties as "teething problems".


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